A new bass bullet from the Mean Streets output, and this si the sort of greezy street grime that'll get you up and out of your seat, nodding your head up and down with utter swagger. It's newcomers Kwam and Trends who are called up for the label's sixth outing, and "Rally" is a proper killer, a vocal-heavy banger with one mean bass wobble at its core. "Breakpoint" delivers more of the same, penetrative grime absurdity, reminding us of the early 00s and Dizzee Rascal's first appearances, leaving "Game Set Match" to wrap up this buzzing, energetic concoction of tunes. What a load of absolute killers!
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